Photos from the 2011 Celebration

June 18th, 2011

 

 

   

  

  

  

 

 

 

These photos are courtesy of  Studio-L Photography. More photos from The Dragonfly Project 2011 Celebration can be found online http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=215195251830525&set=a.215195238497193.67834.144402292243155&type=1&theater .

If you have photos from this year’s celebration that you would be willing to share, please send them to katies@dragonflyproject.org 

9th Annual Dragonfly Project Celebration – March 26, 2011

March 12th, 2011

Open to the Public, Children are Welcome

at Nativity Lutheran Church,
33rd Ave NE & Silver Lake Road

We welcome you to invite your family and friends, including children to this heartwarming tribute. In the past, some people have brought their families and friends to honor their loved one. Others have come alone. It is a warm and welcoming gathering. We celebrate our shared vision and honor the memory of our loved ones. There will be beautiful music and speakers who will share their personal stories of loss and how the dragonfly story gave them comfort and hope during their time of deep grief. During the celebration there will also be a special memorial ceremony to honor those who have died.

Please RSVP to celebrationrsvp@dragonflyproject.org as soon as possible letting us know that you are coming and the number in your group.

Click here for directions to Nativity Lutheran Church.

2011 Invitiation2011 Celebration artwork

Click on images above to see 2011 our Celebration Invitation.

The Dragonfly Project Annual Report on 2008

November 24th, 2009

2008 Annual Report (may take a few seconds to appear)

Click on the above link to see our annual report. It is a summary of our highlights, packet outreach, financials, volunteers, and donors.

Celebration Invitation

January 19th, 2009

Invite coverInvite inside 1Click on link below to view full size invitation.

CELEBRATION INVITATION 

Click on link below to view map.

Map to Nativity Lutheran Church

7TH ANNUAL CELEBRATION, March 14, 2009

December 20th, 2008

Open to the Public, Children are Welcome

at Nativity Lutheran Church,
33rd Ave NE & Silver Lake Road

We welcome you to invite your family and friends, including children to this heartwarming tribute. In the past, some people have brought their families and friends to honor their loved one. Others have come alone. It is a warm and welcoming gathering. We celebrate our shared vision and honor the memory of our loved ones. There will be beautiful music and speakers who will share their personal stories of loss and how the dragonfly story gave them comfort and hope during their time of deep grief. During the celebration there will also be a special memorial ceremony to honor those who have died. Founder Anne Brooker will be there to share her journey in The Dragonfly Project.

If you are attending the celebration and would like to send a photo of your loved one to be shown in our annual photo montage, please follow these easy instructions:

1. By email: Send .jpg of the photo along with his/her name and a sentence of what your loved one liked to do (15 words or less). Photos can be emailed to: Julie Bonde at bondedragonfly@gmail.com. Please write “Photo Montage” in the subject line of the email.

2. Regular Mail: No email? You can mail your photo to the address below. Be sure to label the back of the photo with the deceased person’s name and the sender’s address. If you want your photo returned, please enclose a self addressed stamped envelope.

The Dragonfly Project
c/o photo montage
2632 Brighton Ave NE
Minneapolis, MN 55418

FUNDRAISER SALE, December 12, 2008

December 1st, 2008

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Fundraiser Sale, December 12, 5:00-8:00 PM

Once again, Ten Thousand Villages is joining with us to raise money for The Dragonfly Project. During the above shopping hours, The Dragonfly Project will receive 20% of the evenings sales at the store Ten Thousand Villages on Grand Avenue in St. Paul. Ten Thousand Villages works with 100 artisan groups from over thirty countries all over the world including Africa, Asia, and Latin America to sell fair-trade jewelry and gifts. Fair-trade products enable artisans to earn a fair wage and provides an opportunity for a better quality of life. This is a great opportunity to get your holiday shopping done and help The Dragonfly Project out at the same time! 

Please mark your calendars.  Dragonfly Project volunteers will be at the store that night to greet customers and educate them about The Dragonfly Project.  Ten Thousand Villages is located at 867 Grand Ave. St. Paul, MN

To find out more about Ten Thousand Villages go to 
www.tenthousandvillages.com

A Recent Article about Anne at ABCnews.com

December 1st, 2008

CLICK HERE TO READ THIS ARTICLE
The Dragonfly Project brings comfort to grieving families

Wednesday, 12 November 2008
by Mandy Moran Froemming
Union editor

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Dragonfly info

November 30th, 2008

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